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  So I never submitted awards picks at the end of Spring Training, but I did have some picked, and some of them look hella-different now, a week...

  Lou Criger | PointAfter Lou Criger, born February 3, 1872 is most famous for being the very first Opening Day catcher for the Boston Red Sox in...

  Jimmy Collins | PointAfter Born January 16, 1870 in Buffalo New York Jimmy Collins played in the MLB for 14 seasons was elected into the Baseball...

  Chick Stahl | PointAfter Charles Sylvester “Chick” Stahl was born on January 10 1873 and was one of the most feared hitting outfielders...

David Price is now the most expensive pitcher ever.  (Fred Thornhill/The Canadian Press) The $31 million average annual value of David Price‘s...

It’s the start of a new MLB season — the fresh grass (covered by a thin layer of snow), the warming temperatures (I think we’ll get there?)...

Freddy Parent | FindTheBest Freddy Parent, born on November 25, 1875 and a diminutive ball player by modern standards, spent 11 seasons in the majors...

Since we’re part of the highly esteemed Baseball Bloggers Alliance, we get a lot of perks like…. casting a vote for the Baseball Hall of Fame...

I get it, I really do. It’s a pretty big deal that Derek Jeter is retiring, after all the guy is a once-in-a-generation player. There probably won’t...

Here’s a little piece of satire to brighten your day! Hey John Farrell, It’s your old friend Bobby Valentine. Man, it’s been a tough season....